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Summary

  1. Tyrone clinch their 14th Ulster title
  2. Two injury-time points seal Tyrone's win
  3. Donegal must regroup for backdoor bid
  4. Tyrone win their first Ulster title since 2010
  5. Donegal win Ulster Minor Final

Live Reporting

By John Haughey

All times stated are UK

  1. That's all folks

    So it's congratulations to Tyrone after they clinched their 14th Ulster Senior Football title and you can read more about their success in our match report.

    The Red Hands can look forward to an All-Ireland quarter-final against as yet unknown opposition.

    Donegal must regroup for the final round of qualifiers and after going so close on Sunday will believe that they can still be a factor come the business end of the All-Ireland series.

    All that remains for us to say is to thank you for all your tweets and observations on this year's Ulster Championship which contributed so much to our text commentaries. 

    It's been a blast.

  2. Harte hails 'dream' Tyrone Ulster triumph

    Manager Mickey Harte says Tyrone's 0-13 to 0-11 Ulster Final triumph over Donegal is what "dreams are made of" after they won a first provincial title since 2010.

    "There is a hunger that has been there for six years and it really came out today," Harte told BBC Sport NI.

    "It looked like a couple of times that the game was gone from us but I know the qualities in these men. They are a class act."

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    Video caption: Mickey Harte hails 'dream' Ulster triumph
  3. Peter Harte hails 'unbelievable' Tyrone effort

    Peter Harte admits that Tyrone's Ulster Final victory is "one of the sweetest" of his career.

    Harte is typically modest about his injury-time point which edged Tyrone 0-12 to 0-11 lead before Kieran McGeary added a further score before the finish.

    "You practise these things in training and just hope that you get the chance," Harte told BBC Sport NI's Thomas Kane.

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    Video caption: Tyrone win 'one of the sweetest' - Peter Harte
  4. Oisin backs Tyrone to reach All-Ireland Final

    Oisin McConville

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: After that nervous start today, that game today will have brought on the young Tyrone players so much. I expect Tyrone to go on and reach the All-Ireland Football Final against Dublin
  5. Cavanagh praises 'insatiable' Harte

    Victorious Tyrone skipper Sean Cavanagh says Mickey Harte continues to instil an "insatiable desire" into the Red Hand players.

  6. Post update

    Oisin McConville

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Rory Brennan was detailed to mark Ryan McHugh in the second half after his outstanding first half. He did a great job.
  7. Antrim keeper Kerr impressed by Tyrone

  8. Post update

    Martin McHugh

    BBC pundit

    Quote Message: Maybe a draw would have been a fair result but congratulations to Tyrone.
  9. Mickey Harte lauds Red Hands after win

    "It may have looked on a couple of occasions that the game was getting away from us but I know the qualities in these men. They are a class act."

  10. Peter Harte 'proud' after Tyrone win

    "Mickey never stopped believing in us and today we got our reward."

  11. Full-time: Tyrone 0-13 0-11 Donegal

    Tyrone win their 14th Ulster title after a dramatic finish at Clones. 

  12. Tyrone 0-13 0-11 Donegal

    After Michael Murphy misses a 50-metre free, Peter Harte hammers over a glorious score from distance to put Tyrone ahead and Kieran McGeary doubles the lead with another superb point. Tyrone have surely won it.

  13. Tyrone 0-11 0-11 Donegal

    Sean Cavanagh swings over another sensational point from distance to level proceedings. We're in the second minute of injury-time and there will be four more. Exciting stuff.

  14. Tyrone penalty shout ignored

    Rory Brennan ends up on the turf on the edge of the Donegal square after a challenge by Ciaran Gillespie but David Coldrick ignores Tyrone's appeals.

  15. Tyrone 0-10 0-11 Donegal

    Then it's the turn of Donegal sub Christy Toye to restore his side's lead with a minute of normal time left.

  16. Tyrone 0-10 0-10 Donegal

    Michael Murphy hammers over a free from 55 metres to put Donegal ahead with three minutes left but Tyrone sub Darren McCurry levels with his first kick.

  17. Post update

    Martin Clarke

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: The way the game is going, I feel Tyrone have the momentum.
  18. Post update

    Tyrone's Niall Sludden tackles Donegal's Eoin McHugh
    Image caption: Tyrone's Niall Sludden tackles Donegal's Eoin McHugh
  19. Post update

  20. 61 mins

    Tyrone 0-9 0-9 Donegal

    Donegal are furious that they haven't been awarded a free after a big hit on Frank McGlynn and to compound their annoyance, the turnover is followed by Sean Cavanagh hitting a glorious equaliser from near the right sideline.